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Big Lottery launches eight new funding opportunities across six Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) areas.

Round three

Today (Thursday 17 March 2016) we have launched eight funding opportunities across six Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) areas.

Projects have been designed in partnership with the LEPs, and are available to view on our website by following the links below:

Coast to Capital – Project 9 of 10 Volunteering and work experience

Enterprise M3 Project 2 of 2 Social Inclusion

Greater LincolnshireProject 4 of 4 Supporting the Economically Inactive

Lancashire – Project 4 of 4 Digital Inclusion

Leicester and Leicestershire Project 2 of 5 Holistic Social Inclusion Programme and Project 4 of 5 Rural Social Inclusion

Thames Valley BerkshireProject 2 of 3 Addressing barriers to work in the east of Thames Valley Berkshire and Project 3 of 3 Addressing barriers to work in the west of Thames Valley Berkshire

The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Monday 16 May 2016. If you have any questions about the project outlines or the application process, please email esf@biglotteryfund.org.uk by no later thanFriday 6 May 2016. No new questions will be answered after this date to ensure we are able to publish answers to all questions before the closing date for applications on Monday 16 May 2016

 

Originally published by the Big Lottery Fund on Thursday 17th March 2016 (http://bigmail.org.uk/UH9-43WIY-B1KHK78686/cr.aspx).

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